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SOLD - Minnkota Autopilot with Copilot


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Price reduced to $600 firm

This has the Co-pilot feature.

74 lbs, 54" shaft, remote, universal sonar, quick release mount, foot control too,this has Copilot, 24 volts, excellent cond. used one season last year.

651 260 3283

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Got some guestions: How much was it used? Why are you selling it? Batteries go with it? Where are you located? E-mail me at : [email protected] (Contact US Regarding This Word) thanks

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Bigturtle, I am not interested in your motor but you might want to know soemthing about the price, send me an email please, it might help.

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Would you consider selling the Autopilot with the Copilot separately from the trolling motor? I'm asking because I have a Powerdrive and am looking for just the Autopilot with the Copilot for my motor.

Thanks,

Lee (BassPatrol)

[email protected]

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  • 2 weeks later...

Will you take $475. I made some camparisions at Cabelas bargain bin...I will take it at that price.

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I think this is a great deal but I already have one (and paid a lot more than that!!). I just priced it on Cabela's Minn Kota Auto Pilot Reconditioned Bow Mount Trolling Motors on the web and found the 74 PowerDrive with Auto Pilot and Universal Sonar, 54" shaft (MODEL: 74AP/US-54") listed at $779.00! This is without the quick release and the copilot. Then add shipping and surcharge.

By the way BassPatrol, the autopilot is not something you can buy separate. Only the Copilot can be purchased separate.

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I am interested in this as well.....just wondering why you are getting rid of it...............please email with pics and reason, or just the reason if you don't mind

[email protected]

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